Thursday, October 25, 2007

Temporary housing is needed for animals

During wildfires, temporary housing is often needed for animals of those people forced to evacuate. If you would like to help out with animal rescue efforts or emergency housing that is needed because of the California wildfires, here are a few places you can contact. Please remember, they could also use cash donations to help with the rescue efforts. Thank-you!
On the human front, the Red Cross is always the first out there on the scene and the first to help You can donate to the

Red Cross Los Angeles at:
http://www.redcrossla.org

or the Red Cross San Diego at: http://www.sdarc.org

Chaplain Nancy at AnimalChaplains.com

San Diego Humane Society
http://www.sdhumane.org

SPCA - Los Angeles
http://www.spcala.com

New Leash on Life (Castaic area)
http://www.newleash.org

2 comments:

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  2. United Animal Nations (UAN) is offering financial assistance grants of up to $500 to help victims of the devastating fires in Southern California care for their pets.

    UAN’s LifeLine Crisis Relief Grants can help fire victims with expenses for the following:
    * Veterinary care to treat injury or illness caused by the fire
    * Temporary boarding
    * Transporting the animal to a temporary living situation

    UAN will offer qualified individual applicants up to $500 as long as funds are available. UAN’s LifeLine Crisis Relief Grant Program is supported solely by private donations.

    To get eligibility information and apply for a LifeLine Crisis Relief Grant, call (916) 429-2457 or visit www.uan.org

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